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All kinds of people who believe in God are welcome in the church, no matter where they come from, how they look, or who they love. This includes people of different races, cultures, ages, abilities, and more. The church is a place for everyone, and everyone is treated equally, no matter what their background is.


Unity happens when everyone can be their true selves in every part of community life. Your "whole self" is made up of things like your age, race, language, culture, and more. These things make you who you are. We want everyone to feel like they can be themselves and accepted in our community. It doesn't matter what your gender is, who you love, or where you come from, everyone is welcome here.


An inclusive, welcoming, affirming, and fair community that does things together with love, worship, prayer, and sharing stories of joy and sadness.

A community that supports each other by listening, learning, and standing up for one another.

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Our programs are designed to be accessible and inclusive for all individuals, including those with different needs related to vision, mobility, hearing, neurological conditions, cognitive differences, medical conditions, psychological, emotional, behavioral, psychiatric, and mental health. We strive to ensure that everyone can participate fully and equally in our programs.

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People who come from different cities, states/territories, or countries, whether they are Believers or Non-Believers, will be treated with the same level of care, respect, and love as those who come from the same place.

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At United Community Church, we believe in being open and affirming to all. This means we welcome and accept people of all sexual orientations and gender expressions, including those who identify as LGBTQ+. We believe that everyone is equal and should have the same opportunities to fully participate in the life and leadership of our church.


Equity is when everyone, including isolated individuals and communities, is given equal access to resources, opportunities, care, and advocacy. This is achieved by prioritizing and actively working towards supporting those who are marginalized. This is in line with the teachings of John 3:17 and 2 Corinthians 8:13-15."

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